Planet Boelex "Raja" [sfp13]
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track 2 “Not From Here”: collaboration with Lisa’s antenna
track 3 “Suddenly”: collaboration with Mikael Fyrek
track 5 “Sailor’s Dilemma”: acoustic guitar & additional loops by Mosaik
cover artwork and release notes by Matt Whyman
logo design by Stewart Fritz
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|Not From Here|
- 2010-05-01 17:11:06
- Planet Boelex
Subject: Planet Boelex - Raja
From the first time I heard his "Sinking in the Soup EP" in 2005 I was captivated by his intricate and fragile rhythms so seamlessly blended with captivating melodies and atmospheres.
Over time his sound grew and matured. Planet Boelex delighted me with the Khavi Collective release, "Suunta". His collaborative work with Mosaik (another one of my favorite artists) on "Sisumies" was a sonic snapshot in time I'll never forget. Seriously.
On "Raja", Planet Boelex flexes his creative power again with unsurprisingly beautiful and touching works. The highlight (if one had to be picked) from "Raja", "Not From Here" is achingly touching with smooth and thick beats and intimate vocal work with Lisa's antenna.
"Raja" is an absolutely stunning addition to the Planet Boelex discography and once again begs the question "Why are you giving this away for free?!" I honestly feel guilty after having listened to this music for over 5 years without paying a penny...
Subject: Well produced downtempo music
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